People: RBI deputy retires; Paraguay elects new board member


India: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has reshuffled senior responsibilities among its senior officials on the retirement of deputy governor SS Mundra.

Appointed in 2014 for a three-year term, Mundra was responsible for the central bank’s supervision departments, which have since been redistributed to NS Vishwanathan.

Other responsibilities previously held by Mundra – who before joining the RBI was chairman of the state-run Bank of Baroda – have been handed down to the other remaining

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